Begin by downloading and installing the Firefox browser on to your computer from this site. Once you install it, open the browser and go to this page, where you'll see several language translation add-ons for Firefox.
One of the most popular translation add-ons is FoxLingo, a program that can translate Web pages and text, help you learn languages, auto translate, and much more. It supports 53 languages and 36 free online translators and contains dictionaries, encyclopedias, text-to-speech engines, language identification, and language search features. Add it to your Firefox browser from here.
If you'd like something simpler, try the gTranslate add-on, available here. Using this program, you can translate any text in a Web page just by selecting and right-clicking over it. The extension uses the Google translation services to translate the text into one of Google's 50 supported languages.
Of course, you can download BOTH of these free add-ons for maximum translation capabilities. You can also choose from among many other translation add-ons at this page.
Google Chrome users can download Translator Toolbox from from this page. This extention uses Google's Translate tool to translate Website text into one of 50 supported languages.
Internet Explorer offers some language accelerators (or add-ons) for users, one of which is Bing Translator, which you can download here. Using Bing, you can simply highlight some text from any Web page and then click on the blue Accelerators icon that appears above your selection to translate and define words, e-mail content to others, start shopping, and more. You can find more translation accelerators at this page.
Opera is a sleek, speedy browser quickly gaining popularity on the Internet (click here for more information or to download). Translating languages is an easy, built-in option with Opera and takes just a couple clicks. Select the text you want, right-click and select "Translate," then select the language you want to translate into. Opera supports English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, and Japanese.
Mac Safari doesn't offer a language extension at this time. Users of this browser can simply use the Google Translate tool here to cut and paste Affiliate Center text for translation into one of Google's 50 supported languages. NOTE: Safari does offer LiveDictionary, an extention that offers a variety of dictionaries for technical terms, general language, and bilingual usage, as well as fast, convenient dictionary lookups to the Web.